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Old August 3rd, 2004, 06:20 PM   #1
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Sample HD10 clips

If you are like we were 6 months ago, and looking for stuff actually shot with the HD10, then here are some samples.

http://www.highlydef.com/clips.html

These are not finals or anything, but we decided to put clips up of stuff we are working on. You can check back there if you like, we will be adding clips as we continue to get more projects and finalize our current ones.

Most of these have been run through VirtualDub to remove chroma noise.

They are not in HDV or even Windows Media HD format; they have been downconverted to 640x480 at 1 Mbps (letterboxed). I still thinks it gives you a good idea of the camera's abilities.

FYI, the only camera we use for new projects is the HD10 (with the exception of the campaign ad; we had to shoot, edit, and deliver it to the cable company in less than 24 hours and couldn't get a hold of an HD10 that fast).

At some point we will post select clips in Windows Media HD format as well. If you have an interest in Windows Media HD clips, please let me know.

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Old August 4th, 2004, 11:35 AM   #2
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Ben,

I'd definitely be interested in seeing some of your clips in WMVHD.

I got some decent footage from Jamaica on a parasailing expedition and nice sunset if you're interested in those.

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Old August 5th, 2004, 06:47 PM   #3
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HD clips, shot using my HD10U

Howdy.

The clips look quite degraded in the 640x480 format but still very very good, it looks all right for 1Mb/s.

For sure they look much better when compressed in avi mp4-video/mp3-audio, at much higher bit rate naturally.
Check out these clips in actual HD.

http://animaimage.com/HDaquarium1280x720.avi
http://animaimage.com/motherandchild...80x720.mpg.avi

For best results (when playing) use MPLYAER (http://mplayerhq.hu)
http://animaimage.com/howtoplay.html
http://animaimage.com/

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Old August 5th, 2004, 07:54 PM   #4
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Spider spider spider man... spider in HD

This is a nasty little spider I found in my backyard for you to ejoy in High Definition.

http://animaimage.com/spiderinhighde...pass2_2Mbs.avi

Although highly compressed in mpeg4-video/mp3 audio (not much of audio, just a/c background noise) at 2Mbit/s it looks quite good. I guess only about 15% of the screen (the spider) is in focus so the codec has done a descent job compressing the video. I kept the parameters tight: minimum quantization at 2 pixels, maximum quantization at 10 pixels, maximum differential quantization at 4 pixels.

This clip is around two and a half minutes, original file size was 235MBytes and the AVI is only 40MBytes!

Enjoy.

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Old August 6th, 2004, 09:38 AM   #5
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Frightening, dude. I like the juxtaposition of the baby..
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Old August 6th, 2004, 10:54 AM   #6
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Juxtaposition is an unfair statement.

(haaa haaa haaa)
The spider was very difficult to film because it was about 11 mm. in length and I had to have it between 15 mm -to- 35 mm from the lens to have it fill the screen (it was windy too).



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Old August 7th, 2004, 11:36 AM   #7
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I think that's what made the clip even more creepy at the end, because when the wind would blow, it made the entire web move closer to the camera, so the spider was REALLY large in the screen!
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